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|Title:||Is school funding fair? A national report card [first edition]|
|Contributors:||Baker, Bruce D.|
Sciarra, David G.
|Keywords:||Public schools—United States—Finance|
Educational equalization—United States
|Publisher:||Education Law Center|
|Place of Publication:||Newark, N.J.|
|Description:||How we fund our public schools is fundamental to the national effort to ensure all students have access to high quality educational opportunities that prepare them to assume the responsibilities of citizenship and to succeed in the economy. Sufficient school funding, fairly distributed to districts to address concentrated poverty, is an essential precondition for the delivery of a high-quality education in the 50 states. The National Report Card on Fair School Funding is designed to shed new light on this urgent and critical issue.|
|Appears in Collections:||Monographic reports and papers (Publicly Accessible)|
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